Colorado voters are going to see a long ballot in November. From choosing the next governor to deciding on important ballot initiatives affecting their communities and the whole state, voters will face many decisions. In Colorado, residents have a unique responsibility to directly vote on policies that shape communities, which means it is important voters have the resources to make educated decisions on ballot issues.

 

Coloradans will consider 13 statewide ballot measures and numerous local initiatives. Count Me In invites the community to a discussion of 2018’s ballot measures on Oct. 1, 2018 at the Limelight Hotel Aspen, 355 South Monarch Street, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Count Me In will explain the impact of the ballot measures and how they will affect Colorado’s communities.

 

Count Me In is a robust civic engagement effort that is working with partners to set up events in communities across the state. These events are aimed at empowering voters, increasing participation in the democratic process, and voting on all ballot measures.